Ok, It is time for our release number 50! Yes, big 50:-) And which release could be more suitable for this occasion than the one provided by Oscilator co-founder, and one of the authors of the first label release, Ensar Zgodic a.k.a. Greg Punkov. His very unique electro-disco style makes him instantly recognizable among many other great artists, which helped us built this label. Thank you! And thanks to all of our friends, medias and others who supported us all the way. And don`t forget to...
After a few listens I`m quite sure that Sha Ka Ree by Videosignal is one of the finest two trackers published on Oscilator. Man behind this name is Ensar Zgodic, also known as Greg Pavlov/Punkov, Yurockolonia, one of the Oscilator co-founders. This time he has prepared for you two definitive floor shakers, energetic and emotional. So take your time and listen to Ensar`s most clubby sounding tunes until today. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Electro
One of the Oscilator founders, man who works under the names Yurockolonia, Videosignal and Greg Pavlov/Punkov, is back with some booty, old skool, disco sounds. Track Crambabooly Punch comes in two shapes, both of them full of crazy vocal samples, claps, kinky beats and baselines. I am quite sure that you will love Crambabooly Punch! Topic: Electro, Disco
After we have received a very nice (press and public) feedback we are re-releasing, on Archive, Beotaster Suprakancelaria EP by Ensar Zgodic aka Greg Pavlov, one of the Oscilator founders. If you like these Old Skool electro sounds please leave some feedback! You can visit our web site www.oscilator.net for more releases by Greg Pavlov and his other project YUROCKOLONIA. Topic: Synth electro, Italo punk
Here is the latest two-track release by Ensar Zgodic aka YUROCKOLONIA (June; 2004), re-released on Archive (March; 2005). Ensar is also releasing music under the name Greg Pavlov and he defines YUROCKOLONIA sound as Synthpop, Retro, Instrumental, Yugoslavian TV Music. You can expect new YUROCKOLONIA EP soon! Topic: Synthpop, Retroslavic moderna